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and a half times what we pay now. >>> the care and feeding of orphaned black bear cubs. >> they use their teeth and claws. and they are just -- they are remarkable. >> the real life tahoe family devoted to giving these rescued cubs a second chance. >> and bad hair days. you might think there it is a joke, but the hair melt down can really affect your health. >> predictions this year? >> predictions? >> well, an early spring. >> and golfing with the stars. who is showing up for the pebble beach pro am. >> and then on "jimmy kimmle live." >> the wonderful ewin mcgreatest greger is here. i called you wonderful. anything you would like to shea? >> thanks. >> isn't he wonderful? you are very welcome. >> we'll >>> winter is usually a slow time for a wildlife rescue center in lake tahoe, but this year is different. they have more orphaned black bear cubs than ever before. they are all healthy and will be returned to the wild. tonight what it takes to give a baby bear a second chance at life. >> you may remember these guys. we showed them to you last summer when they were confiscated in nev
black bear cubs. >> they use their teeth and claws. and they are just -- they are remarkable. >> the real life tahoe family devoted to giving these rescued cubs a second chance. >> and bad hair days. you might think there it is a joke, but the hair melt down can really affect your health. >> predictions this year? >> predictions? >> well, an early spring. >> and golfing with the stars. who is showing up for the pebble beach pro am. >> and then on "jimmy kimmle live." >> the wonderful ewin mcgreatest greger is here. i called you wonderful. anything you would like to shea? >> thanks. >> isn't he wonderful? >> isn't he wonderful? you are very welcome. [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot, even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely... looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to t
cubs than ever before. good news is that they're healthy. >> you may remember these guys. last summer they were taken from a man trying to sell them this, cub found near al pib pine meadows see resort. her mother killed by a hunter using dog autos she was hungry, cold. and had been hit by a car and was limping. >> in the wild they'd die without others. they ended up here at lake tahoe wildlife care. this is also cheryl and tom's home them take care of animals but now they've got their hands full with bears they get four cubs per year. thon day there are 10. seven hibernating snuggled in buildings in the backyard. cameras show them snoozing peacefully. >> which is good. >> other cubs are wake in this cage. it's almost feeding time. first, cheryl cleans up thew÷w7 floor. the cubs peek down from the platform. >> bears are more afraid of us than we are of them them have a fear of humans. we want to keep that fear. >> cubs stay up on the platform as long as people are around. >> they came in at 11, 12 and 20 pounds. if we put them into have filled them. >> they're still too small to hiber
. the center has more orphan black bear cubs than ever before. the good news is they are all healthy and will be returned to the wild. abc7 news anchor dan ashley gives as you look at what it takes to give a baby bear a second chance at life. >> you may remember these little guys. we showed them to you last summer when they were confiscated in nevada county, taken from a man who was trying to sell them. this little cub was found near alpine med dose ski resort. her mother was illegally killed by hunters using dogs. >> she was hungry, she was cold. she had been hit by a car at that time and was slightly limping. >> in the wild these bear cubs would die without their mothers. instead they ended up here at lake tahoe wildlife care. this is also cheryl's home. they take care of all kinds of animals but right now they have their hands full with bears. the center gets an average of four cubs a year, but on this day there are ten. seven are high better nateing, snug he would in these building in the backyard. live cameras show them snoozing peacefully. >> which is good. >> the other cubs ar
bear cubs rescued at lake tahoe, now back in the wild. see the moment they are released. and let's take a live look outside at 6:37 this morning. just a gorgeous sunrise there. crystal clear and mild, but this is not the case for everyone. here in san francisco, yes. elsewhere, any. lisa argen will have the >> two black bear cubs confiscated from a suspected poacher have been returned to the wilderness. they spent 11 months at a wildlife center with almost no human contact and now they are big enough to make it on their own. we have the story only on abc7 news. >> this is a big day for bear cubs that almost didn't get to grow up. they were found last summer at a nevada county gas station. they were continue from a man charged with illegally killing their mother. they weighed just 15 pounds each and would have no chance in the forest so they were brought here to the only certified bear rehabilitation facility in california. california, the lake tahoe wildlife center. >> we are giving them a second chance to be a wild animal. >> that chance starts today. >> there's the two cubs right ther
, followed by abc7 news at eleven. >>> coming up, two bear cub rescued at lake tahoe are now back in the wild. see the moment they are released. let's take a live look outside at 5:37 this morning in san francisco. this is our hd roof cam looking live at the bay bridge in the embarcadero there in the foreground. a quiet morning for you, dry and a quiet morning for you, dry and a little warmer. [ male announcer ] with citibank it's easy for jay to deposit checks from anywhere. [ wind howling ] easier than actually going to the bank. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right from his citibank account. nice job ben. [ male announcer ] next up, the gutters. citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. >> two black bear cubs confiscated from a suspected poacher have been returned to the wilderness. they spent 11 months at a wildlife center with almost no human contact and now they are big enough to make it on their own. we have the story only on abc7 news. >> this is a big day
two cubs rescued inan) 3 days og to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because your efforts help komen serve millions of women and men facing breast cancer every year. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information today. it was 3 days of pure joy. ♪ and it's beautiful >>> two black bear cubs confiscated from a suspected poacher have been now big enough to make it on their own. sheer the story on their release. >> this is a big day for cub that's almost didn't get to grow up. they're found last summer in a gas station taken from a man charged can w.illegally killing their mother, they weighed just 15 pounds each and no chance alone in the forest so they were brought here to the only certified bear rehabilitation facility in california lake tahoe wildlife care. >> we're giving them an opportunity to be a wild animal. >> the chance starts today. >> two cubs today. >> the cubs spent t
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where whites are not the majority. >>> from austria we have new video of four very rare white tiger cubs born at a private zoo in late december. these cubs are doing well but only about 300 white tigers worldwide. >>> scary moments last night aboard an alaskan airlines flight heading for seattle when the pilot lost consciousness. we'll follow that story for you here on nbc. >>> today marks the 10th anniversary of the american heart association's go red for women campaign. over the past decade awareness that heart disease is the number one killer of women has gone up and death from the disease have gone down. 90% of people who registered with the go red campaign made a healthy lifestyle change like changing their eating or exercise habits or getting their cholesterol checked. >>> the dow shot up nearly 1,000 points last month logging it's best january since 1994. the s&p saw its biggest gain since '97. some context here. since 1950 a january in the black has led to full year gains 90% of the time. oh, how we hope. earnings on deck this morning, drugmaker merck and chevron and exxonmobil.
the cub scout leaders will say to the children. after all, the kids are just 6 to 10 years old in the scouts. this position is about sending a message to families about inclusion. >> cub scouts was one of the things that he sort of fell in love with it. >> reporter: 9-year-old nicholas has now been a cub scout for a year, while he was having fun the boy kouts of america has grappled with their policy regarding gay scouts and leaders. they put off their decision until may, but his pack is taking a stand of its own. on their website, the message, pack 78 will continue the open policy to embrace all boys regardless of race, religion, skin color, national origin disability or sexual orientation. >> we had an outcry from the parents who felt we needed to take a stand and make it heard how we feel as a community. >> at the same time, the california senate is considering the youth quality act. it would revoke the tax exemmt status if they do not revoke the ban. the decision for pack 78 on to take a stand was a unanimous one among the families, and one which did not cost them the suppo
cookie was later found perched on a statue at a local university. nobody ate it. >>> some fluffy cubs are taking center stage. five cheetah cubs are making their bublic debut at a zoo in tokyo. two of the youngsters born with the markings of a king cheetah. a very rare breed. with the addition of the new cubs the zoo is home to a total of 22 of these felines. they're going to get big. >>> in the latest viral video little 2-year-old has some serious game. the tiny taught is a basketball prodgy. bam. he can shoot the ball any chance he gets. he's good, man. impressive shot after shot. always lands in the basket. look in that. he wasn't even looking. off the wall. one handed. look at that. be sure to catch "today" show by the way tomorrow morning for an exclusive in-studio interview with titus and his parents. >> if he does the behind the head shot live on the "today" show i'll believe it. >> i'm watching "today" show for that one. >> pick up some tips, too. >>> time now for an early look ahead and a look back for you. comedian chris rock is heading up an a-list group on capitol hill tod
. they released these photos today of the baby sumatran tiger cub-- who was born this past sunday. the mother tiger leanne and cub are bonding in the lion house, which is closed to the public until further notice. the cub's gender is unknown until its first wellness examination to be conducted during the next two weeks. this birth represents the first tiger born at the sf zoo since 2008. still ahead. >> a golfer is bitten by a black widow.and still finishes her round gary has that story straight plus. the warriors head into the all star break on a five game losing streak.gary has reaction from the team, and all the sports, next! there is no mass-produced human. so we created the extraordinarily comfortable sleep number experience. a collection of innovations designed around a bed with dualair technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs. each of your bodies. our sleep professionals will help you find your sleep number setting. exclusively at a sleep number store. sleep number. comfort... individualized. at the ultimate sleep number event, queen mattresses start at just
opinion that we're extremely proud to announcement birth of a sumatran tiger cub. there is a picture of him. the cub was born february 10th. he is bonding extremely well with the mother leighan in the house which is currently closed to the public. it will remain closed until such time as staff feel comfortable he can go in the exhibit. mother leighan was donated to the san francisco zoo by the texas zoo. in 2008 she had three cubs the father larry is a 6-year-old and on loan from the audubonzoo in new orleans. sumatran tigers are the small st species of tigers. there are 400 remaining in the wild. so we're extremely happy to have the baby with us and look forward to him being on exhibit at some time later. public viewing is unknown at this time, but we'll annouce it on the website. that concludes my report. >> thank you very much. >> is there any public comment on this item. being none, public comment is closed. thank you we are on item 7 the open space contingency reserve funds 2012 bond project preparation services. >> thank you margaret. >> you are welcome. >> good morning
-court shot that's worth much more than three-points and four adorable lion cubs make their debut at a seattle zoo. what would you do if a stranger slapped your baby during a flight? it happened and now an idaho man is facing federal charges. we'll have that story next. >>> take a look at this. this is a shot of the empire state building here in new york city last night bathed in red, white, and blue in honor of our commanders in chief past and present on this president's day. >>> okay, now some stories that caught our eye this morning. in north carolina, a 40,000-gallon ethanol tank burst into flames. officials believe the fire erupted from an explosion sparked by lightning. the blast rattled homes about two miles away and forced over 70 firefighters to battle 20 to 30-foot flames before the fire was extinguished. >>> in minneapolis a baby is recovering from a horrific attack. the 19-month-old was allegedly called the "n" word and slapped by a passenger during a plate to atlanta. the child's mother says joe rick hunley became irate over her son's crying. the 60-year-old has been arrested on f
in here for the layup. the cubs are hoping for a five star from their off-season acquisition. edwin jackson dan roan has the story in may set arizona. >> he not only has to get into pitching shape this sprang he has to fit into well whole new set of teammates but that's nothing new for him they are his eighth team in 11 big league seasons, he is baseball's traveling man. the cubs like him well enough to put down 52 million over four years to get him, he will be in the top three of the rotation bragging durability and exactly the type of experience the cubs are searching for. if jackson can eat up his normal 200 innings and threw the ball over the plate the cubs will consider that money well spent. the white sox were glad to see a healthy brent morels report to camp. report to camp. the cock thesox happy just to... just watching him physically go out there and do things so i am happy for him to do things without those mental things in his mind, it's good to see him go out there and not your seeing that ability. you have manager ventura on sunday nights? >> we will have one more good
energy suppliers. cub cites savings of up pto 218-million dollars. but it warns that the market will change june first when the last of higher priced contracts expire for com ed and ameren rates are expected to drop. the story on short-term savings is a good one and so we give electric suppliers and a-. while there are some exceptions competitive suppliers have generally beat com ed rates and that has resulted in significant savings for consumers. cub only gives them a "c" for consumer protections, warning of misleading pitches and high exit fees, a "d" for innovation and an overall grade of "incomplete." a corporate executive takes his annoyance with a crying baby to the extreme and pays a big price. plus, new information about the apparent suicide of country-star mindy mccready. and with gas prices surging, how some drivers are able to ease their pain at the pump. [ male announcer ] you know that guy that drives that limousine. current events. comfortable temperature. biceps. he maintains everything for your pleasure. he has the nicest car you can think of,
tried to conceal the abuse of children. >>> and from washington, four cubs born at a zoo in december. look how cute they are. 300 white tigers worldwide. >>> and very cute puppies are getting ready for the super bowl. they're getting a good view and the hedgehog cheerleaders. and don't forget about the kitty halftime show. >>> today marks the tenth anniversary of the american heart association's go red for women campaign. over the past decade awareness of heart disease as the number one killer of women has gone up and death from the disease has gone down. 90% of those registered with the go red campaign made a healthy lifestyle change or getting their cholesterol checked. ♪ ♪ "early today" health is brought to you by vagisil. bring yourself back. >>> turning to business, the dow shot up 1,000 points logging its best january since 1994. the s&p saw its biggest gain since 1997. since 1950, january in the black has led to full gains. >>> earnings maker merck, chevron meanwhile gas prices are up to $3.42 a gallon due to rising oil prices. >>> the ceo was sentenced to prison after che
, inbetween. a cub, perhaps. a cute little cub. >> interesting image. okay. coming up, a multimillion dollar birthday gift for george washington on the banks of the potomac. >> up next, new guidelines that can help parents and doctors make better decisions on how to treat little ones with >>> new guidelines to treat ear infections in kids. topping our health alert tonight. the american academy of pediatrics is updating it guidelines to treat children for ear infections. the goal is to cut back on the over prescription of antibiotics. the aap says mild infections can be treated with over the counter painkillers for three days. if the child doesn't get better, then it may be time for antibiotics. >> children who benefit most from starting antibiotics are those who have severe ear infections, meaning they have a high fever, more than 102.2, or they have discharge or a ruptured eardrum. >> also recommended breast- feeding newborn babies exclusively for four to six months. studies reveal that human milk have germ fighting elements. we also have word that going mediterranean really works to cut
to police. >>> we have new video of a very rare white tiger cubs born at a private zoo. these rubs are all doing well. they're very cute. they're only about 300 white tigers worldwide. >>> and some very cute pubies are getting ready for pubby bowl nine, a traditional on animal planet. they get a good view of the action and the cheerleaders will perform. you don't want to miss that kit qui halftime show. >>> and for the world of animals predicting super bowl champions, we have a grizzly bear named ozzie given a choice of two banana pies marked with the two teams. he ate the ravens pie which may indicate that baltimore is his choice. but then again, he also ate the pie marked san francisco. it could be a close game or he could be a hungry bear. >>> moving on to business, the dow shot up nearly 1,000 points last month. the s&p 500 saw the biggest gains since '97. since 1950, january in the black led to full year gains 90% of the time. drug maker merck and exxon and chevron will report today. gas prices are up 13 cents over the past two weeks. the $3.42 a gallon due to rising oil prices. >>> t
. >> back to you. >> we're jealous. 6:39. these cubs are being called king >> now weather and traffic together on the 1's. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. we have a couple of problems to get to. we have an accident at park drive. 38 on the west side of the loop. starting to see those delays fall into place. and debris in the way on 198. traffic moving well at the key bridge. no problems on 83 at shawan road. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> we have some cloud cover at the present time. 43 this afternoon. we could see a passing snow flurry. wave heights 1-2 feet. stay with us. >> you can really chillout at this bar. each bar will have the theme along with a signature drink. no one is expecting them to melt. >> some cheated cubs -- ch eetah cubs are getting ready to make their debut. they are posing. isn't that cute? this is not the first time they have been born at the zoo. i want to cuddle with that cheetah. >> very cute. 6:43. still ahead, a look at >> good morning. we have a couple of problems. park drive, we have an accident and 31 miles
good old number one anytime soon. the sun returned and officially had the cubs and the white sox spring training is under way and although neither team is expected to contend in 2013 you wouldn't know where from walking around the clubhouse. cool and clear for the white house at camelback ranch just like robin ventura is outlook for his team this season they don't seem to think that the sox can finish at 500 but this team will not be affected by the burden of low expect to patientsexpectations. we will see what happens let's just put it that way, we are a good team. those guys will say what they want to say we know what happened here and i am thrilled with it moving forward. they can say what they want to say but it doesn't mean anything to me the roster is all but set but ventura will not let the chance that somebody could knock him off his feet this spring. the cubs don't expect a lot of roster surprises either but they are anxious to see how some of their new blood is flowing that includes scott baker as you rallies from surgery with a one-year deal in chicago. scott baker and scott
the outdoors great. now, that's progressive. call or click today. >> strike one for the cubs so far the aldermen refusing to fix the cubs proposal at today's city council meeting night games and concerts are limited by the neighborhood protection ordinance. management hopes that flexibility in scheduling games will eventually boost revenue to help pay for the $300 million renovation is inside the park not too bad tomorrow temperatures will be fairly mild here is what we did do on the temperatures overnight some areas day above reading and by tomorrow afternoon we could be flirting with 40 it's to our night that we go down to the '20s we stay in the mid-20s and go down to the teens on the thermometer by saturday morning look what happens to the wind chills by friday morning we are down to 12 we hover in the low teens, 10-14 that we drop down to near zero by saturday morning its upstream that things get interesting. this ark of clouds may skirt the area with this weather system the read into the yellows are winds that are picking up with this system as they brush us with some rains. i
. these cubs are just 4 months old. we were given the rare opportunity to scrub up and go into the nursery where keepers watch over them. >> hi. hey. these little guys spend their days sleeping, eating and this little one is just learning how to walk. >> they're so cute and so little. >> each cub is weighed daily to make sure it's growing well. this cub got a stomach massage to help the digestive system. >> you're imitating what a mother would do. >> you are too cute. >> now you can touch it. >> can i? >> hi. cubs here spent time with their morgues every day, but they'll be separated after six months if the mother is being bred again and the cycle repeats itself. >> it's almost become like an industry trying to make as many pandas as possible. >> i would say that that's a fair way to explain it. >> an industry dedicated to saving the panda. what could be wrong with that? but what if we told you a growing number of scientists are saying something that sounds like heresy to panda lovers. all that money we're spending is a giant mistake. >> i think they're pouring millions and millions of dol
cub scout den mother dismissed for being a lesbian. we have tyrese gibson, reverend run who teamed up for a new book, along with earl blummen nawer and elijah cummings and scott reigle. >>> welcome, everybody. our "starting point," a potentially seismic shift for the boy scouts. the national council could announce whether it's long-standing ban on gay scouts and leaders will be lifted. national leaders weighing in on both sides of the issue, including the president and governor of texas. >> scouting is about teaching a substantial amount of life lessons. sexuality isn't one of them. doesn't have to be, doesn't need to be. >> scouting is a great institution that are promoting young people and exposing them to, you know, opportunities and leadership that, you know, will serve people for the rest of their lives and i think nobody should be barred for that. >> and cnn's casey wian live in irving, texas, where the scouts are headquarters. good morning, casey. >> good morning, soledad. a potentially historic vote that could be taken by the leadership of the boy scouts of america on the issu
that in the winter, black squirrels are 11% warmer than the gray ones. cool. s her cubs alone? some scientists have shown that in the winter, these six-month-old cubs started their lives the size of chipmunks in their mom's winter den. now that it's spring, they're out foraging with her and learning all the good places to find food. she'll watch over them, teaching them everything she knows until they're about a year and a half old. that's when these black bear cubs will be ready to head off on their own. announcer: it's "curious george." we could put a garden on our roof. eggplant. [chatters] you don't plant eggs to get eggplant, george. announcer: it's "curious george," weekdays on pbs kids or watch anytime you want at pbskids.org. wild kratts is made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. ♪ to find out more about cool animals... and collect your own wild kratts creature powers... go to the wild kratts website... at pbskids.org. we'll see you there!
. >>> and four adorable lion cubs make their debut at a seattle zoo. >>> what would you do if a stranger slapped your baby during a flight? it happened. now an idaho man faces charges, that story next. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. [ male announcer ] why is kellogg's crunchy nut so delicious? because every flake is double-toasted... splashed with sweet honey... and covered in rich double-roasted peanuts. mmm. [ hero ] yummy. [ male announcer ] kellogg's crunchy nut. it's super delicious! in the middle of the night it can be frustrating. it's hard to turn off and go back to sleep. intermezzo is the first and only prescription sleep aid approved for use as needed in the middle of the night when you can't get back to sleep. it's an effective sleep medicine you don't take before bedtime. take it in bed only when you need it and have at least four hours left for sleep. do not take intermezzo if you have had an allergic reaction to drugs containing zolpidem, such as ambien. allergic reactions such as shortness of breath or swelling of your tongue or throat may occur and may be fatal. intermez
in their training camp this should be a happy time for carlows who is coming up with the cubs but that's not the case on fortunately. >> the cubs closer it is embroiled in controversy in the dominican accused of sexual impropriety in a case involving a 24 year-old girl from his home town but he is adamant about his innocence. >> when i went to the police they asked me for money and i said why? i know i didn't do anything. >> he told officials he may have to leave camp as the case progresses in the meantime matt garza confident that his sore elbow will be 100 percent before opening day. the only thing i need to do is start throwing breaking balls. last year's opening day starter ryan dempster wound up being traded in august if he is doing well the same thing might happen to garza. how was he going to come back? how was he going to rebound? that is a legitimate question competitively for two months getting back into it throwing rocks doing great having great movements. . i'm healthy enough to make them want me to stay, that is my job. >> michael vic in philly and the bears have signed l
>> baseball now....the cubs second annual bunting playoffs began today in mesa......things pretty quiet a week before the cubs take on the angels in their first game in the cactus league. at white sox camp...newly engaged gordon beckham is hopeful he can finally have that big year with the bat..gordan's best year so far was his first...when he hit 270 in 2009... dan roan has more from sox camp.... he is still waiting for the breakout season at the plate... >> i think it will happen... i'm going to show up and play >> all of the white sox went into the off-season disappointed... >> when you try harder you produce less... >> when you let go a little bit it works out. we wanted it too much. >> he sees the pitching as the strength of the team. >> jerald green...the defending champ...gets things going in the nba slam dunk contest on all star weekend..he got a full 50 points for this one..the action still going on...in houston... earlier...the winner of the three point shootout was kyrie irving of the cavaliers... and damian lillard of portland won the skills competition...the all star game ta
's doegarza;s strai a's strain, nothing too serious for him. he will be one of the busier cubs in the valley this spring. 285 average, 15 homers. here in may said he says he has a definite plan on how to put that experience to use. mesa he says he has an idea for how to put that experience to better use. >> that's all over with now time to go twaddletunnel vision in 2013. >> he played for the italian team for the world of baseball classic it will not affect. the workers >> won the world baseball classic comes hon. travel represent italy it will be a great opportunity. >> the white sox do not expect to get much work done tomorrow with the rain but the cubs on the other hand have to move rain or no rain that will be the last time that they do that as they move into that new facility. back to you guys in chicago. that's it for us, see you tomorrow. h icph so, this board gives me rates for progressive direct and other car insurance companies? yes. but you're progressive and they're them. yes. but they're here. yes. are you...? there? yes. no. are you them? i'm me. but those rates are for... t
who tend to put the tax rates first. you'll see a photo of two lion cubs he had. someone gave him two cubs. he said you can't just cut taxes, you have to cut budget and those lion cubs were made budget bureau and tax reduction. >> where did they reside? >> in the zoo. >> he loved animals but they sent a lot of them to the zoo pretty soon. >> let's go back to the amity shlaes story. where did you grow up? >> i'm from chicago. >> where did you go to college? >> i went to jail college. >> when you first came to us in 1990 or so, you appeared on this network, you were back from germany. how long did you spend there? >> i spent a few years in germany. i got to do some journalism then joined the "wall street journal." i'm interested in germany now too. i'm interested in east europe and the future of democracy and freedom there and all that they've achieved and what happened. so my first work was on germany because i had studied germany and wrote a book about germany. the empire and germ man's conception around the time of german unification. >> i want to show you yourself in 1993, 20 years
actually joined the cub scouts with the boys, what year it was? >> '94, '95. >> 1994-95. >> nancy was there for every single meeting with her kids. she never missed one. those kids were everything to her and she was very, very protective over them and i understand that. i was very protective over mine too. >> just in terms of adam, what do you remember seeing? >> just a quiet kid. kept to himself. there was a weirdness about him and nancy warned me once at one of the scout meetings. she said, just so you know, and she said i know you wouldn't do this, but just so you know, don't touch adam. i go, well, i wouldn't touch him. she goes, i don't mean like that but i mean like don't do "at a boy" thing or shake his hand and say "way to go, brother." she said, "he just can't stand that." >> did you ever see a reaction to touching? >> yeah, he'd become upset. usually it would be one of the other kids, you know, one of the kids-- they're kids, you know, they don't care and they touch him and, um, i don't know, he was angry with them. >> narrator: marvin's and nancy's young children were f
mother's voice for the first time. >> friends through the cub scouts. in this exclusive home video filmed by marvin, nancy helps her brother, james, a police officer, set up a demonstration for the scouts. >> how does he do with the kids around? >> that's adam, age 4 1/2, walking toward the camera. >> with the hartford courant, they're with us now. there's actually been reporting since then by a couple of colleagues at the courant that have to do with the norwegian mass murder, anders brevik. he may have been collecting articles about this mass murderer? can you tell us what you found? >> hartford courant is investigating that articles were found in the lanza home details that massacre in norway. >> they are a long way from determining a motive, that this may have motivated him and any talk of this is pure speculation, but could he possibly have been trying to emulate this mass murderer or other murderers? >> yes. he destroyed his hard drive. they're trying to put it back together and they're trying to get information, did he have a secret life, secret identity? what was he angling toward
for himself here. he played football, basketball and baseball. the chicago cubs tried to draft him out of high school but his passion was always for football. >> i saw a lot of kids buying 49er gears, hats, jerseys. they really took part in this. again -- you know what? it's just the whole hometown pittman high school kaepernick connection. >> reporter: that's the principal of pittman high you just heard from. he said colin kaepernick was one of the first graduates of the high school shortly after it opened and kaepernick set the tone and tradition for students for years to come. reporting live from turlock, jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, jade. stay with us for continuing coverage from new orleans. our ktvu team is bringing you live reports from the big easy in every newscast leading up to the super bowl. and on sunday night after the game, switch to channel 2 for a live local post-game show with fans in the bay area and new orleans. >>> love locks are being removed from an overpass on the main street bridge over 17. folks put them there as a symbol of love. but town offici
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